My husbands bathroom is finally completed. When I tell you that this 8×10 space made me cry and almost jump out the tiny window in this room, I am not kidding
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I am almost finished with our diy bathroom for my husband. I finished tiling around the fiberglass shower insert yesterday and I am hoping to have the grout finished today.
When I think of board and batten, I don’t usually think of it in a form of a window treatment. Usually, board-and-batten describes an interior paneling that has alternating wide boards and narrow wooden strips, called battens.
The conversion of our “walk through/transitional” room into a multipurpose mudroom and reading area is finished. Yay! Well, it’s as finished as it’s going to get for now.
Last weekend and this weekend have been all about cleaning, organizing and getting ready for winter. The lawn and patio furniture needed to be put away for the winter but that required cleaning out the storage sheds and making room.
I decided to quickly create a fall vignette on our sofa table in our family room. The only cost associated was the cute little owl that I couldn’t pass up.
Just popping in quick to say hello! We had some very special people here for 2 days this past week with lots of camera’s and a hair and makeup crew. I’m not allowed to share any pictures yet but there were 20 of us in our house for a 2 day photo shoot.
A couple weeks ago I posted about my husband’s new bathroom (my childhood bathroom) and I thought it would be fun to share some fun wall treatments that I am thinking about to incorporate a modern cottage look in the room.
I wanted to share with you our new addition to our family room. It isn’t pretty, in fact, it’s a bit of an eye sore but a necessity.
I wanted to show you how I hung the shelves in our recent dining room makeover. This tip on hanging…
Today I am sharing our pink and orange deck reveal. The before pictures are not the best. Who knew last…